3- Bamboo Doux Hypoallergenic Ecofriendly Antibacterial Antifungal Wash Cloths
TRY A SET OF Bamboo HYPOALLERGENIC FACE CLOTHS. EXPERIENCE ULTIMATE SOFTNESS!
Set of 3!
Bamboo is very strong, durable and grows very fast requiring very little water and no pesticides. This fast growing plant has many household uses such as furniture, flooring, table wear, kitchen, bedding and bathroom accessories including toilet paper. This renewable sustainable plant is now a natural source for textiles.
Bamboo Doux bamboo fiber wash cloths are non-allergic and has unique ANTI-BACTERIAL, anti-fungal and mildew resistant properties (no icky mildew smell). Bamboo Doux wash cloths are thicker (not wispy thin) and larger than most wash cloths measuring a generous 13"x13". The most amazing feature is that they are uber soft and more absorbent that cotton with durable seaming, hemming and are also wrinkle and shed resistant. Once used, they dry soft and will remain fresh and soft use after use......wash after wash. Chemical softeners will never be needed. Can your cotton wash cloths do that?
Instructions for care of your new towels:
After your purchase, wash them SEPARATELY in hot water. This will tighten the weave structure of your towels and substantially diminish snagging. However, if you snag a towel (like with hang nail or something), you can simply cut it off with scissors. Your towels should not run or snag.
Don't wash them with your baby's bibs or anything with velcro on them that can snag on your towels. You can if you wish, wash them in a lingerie bag or pillow case.
Tumble dry on low to medium or line dry. Don't you love the smell of items dried on a line? We have found that these do not stiffen after line drying like cotton towels.
Do not use chlorine bleach, non-chlorine bleach or fabric softeners on your towels. Your towels are already soft and fabric softener is not needed and can lessen absorbency leaving a film. Be careful to not use facial care products and face washes that contain benzoyl peroxide as these can cause discoloration. Foods with natural dyes such as pomegranates and cranberry juice that can result in staining.